Margot Robbie & Saoirse Ronan Answer the Web's Most Searched Questions | WIRED

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, December 4, 2018
  • "Mary Queen of Scots" stars Margot Robbie and Saoirse Ronan take the WIRED Autocomplete Interview and answer the internet's most searched questions about themselves. Is Margot Robbie British? How do you pronounce Saoirse Ronan? Was Margot in a soap opera? Robbie and Saoirse answer all these questions and more!

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  • Holly ludlow

     (Dec 4, 2018)

    When an irish and Australian meet

  • I'm not listening

     (Jan 28, 2019)

    +Baz The Storyteller they hate us cos they ain't us

  • Raychael Chand

     (Jan 26, 2019)

    Niall horan and 5 sos

  • koririn no kotoka

     (Dec 11, 2018)

    dang this is an accent explosion

  • Ava Regan

     (4 days ago)

    All the Australians and Irish people: Not really.

  • OT9LoL

     (5 days ago)

    For anyone outside of mainland Europe, these two accents are up there in the top 5 most desirable though, especially in North America.

  • Mike R.

     (Dec 15, 2018)

    Hearing her explain the difference in how people pronounce her name is like hearing Vanilla Ice explain the difference between the bass lines in Under Pressure and Ice Ice Baby

  • Nadine Rick

     (1 day ago)

    +Robin Daly Dude, even for Muggles, the vocals in "were"/"sir" and "we're"/"serious" are completely different. Like, they even got different symbols in phonetic transcripts. Anyway, it's been a few years since I studied phonetics, but the difference between the Irish/US/English/Australian pronunciation of the first vowel in her name seems to be HOW they articulate the same sound. The biggest difference is between Irish and US, when I look at her lip and jaw movem...

  • Jay M

     (Dec 10, 2018)

    It's pronounced Sersha, but it's easier for people to say Sersha... Gotcha.

  • jasonwarbird

     (5 days ago)

    *Gertcha

  • mickymc bryan

     (Feb 13, 2019)

    +Hermione Granger Yeah, I do. Tá Gaeilge agam. Just couldn't think of a better english phonetic spelling. 😅

  • Jim Halpert

     (Dec 14, 2018)

    Saiorse Ronan: Saiorse means freedom. Britain: *triggered*

  • Erin

     (Feb 12, 2019)

    Rofl

  • saoirse doherty

     (Feb 9, 2019)

    *saoirse

  • The Asian Mai Show

     (Dec 5, 2018)

    Definitely not Top Margot Robbie searches lol. 🤔

  • Avengers Reject

     (Jan 18, 2019)

    “Margot Robbie Feet” is one I noticed and was disturbed by when recently googling her for a movie name 😂

  • Guitarsquatch M.

     (Dec 6, 2018)

    My crush on Saoirse transcends time and space. Good job Ireland.

  • ChrisHallett83

     (6 days ago)

    Ever since I saw her in Hanna I knew she was going to be a huge star, but now she's grown up and actually taking over the world I feel like she is rapidly becoming one of my favourite actresses of all time.

  • Dustin Catalan

     (Jan 28, 2019)

    Yeah I had a crush on her since I saw Hanna

  • Alexandria Rhiannon

     (Dec 21, 2018)

    Why is barely anyone mentioning Saoirse's little rawr at 2:52? That was friggin' adorable.

  • DUMMY BOY

     (Feb 11, 2019)

    It's also a replay for a Margot Robbie moan ...

  • 10,000 subs with no videos PLEASE

     (Dec 6, 2018)

    Anyone else have a huge crush on Saoirse Ronan

  • FzHnn

     (Feb 12, 2019)

    Y'all need to back up, pal

  • kermit xo

     (Dec 9, 2018)

    HELLO no one here is gonna notice the fact she said 12 ft 9????

  • Dino RL

     (Feb 11, 2019)

    +Don_ p75 it's 4 meters almost

  • Aoife Laste

     (Feb 4, 2019)

    we use ft. in Ireland too, she's joking !